Your culture attendant: things to do in Vienna

THURSDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS THURSDAY

in VIENNA
PRICE: €18.50 (adult)
TIME: 2-4 hours
Sharks are dangerous, and it would be madness to get into a tank with them... wouldn't it? Watch one of the divers at the Haus des Meeres, in Esterhazy Park, do just that this Thursday at 7pm during the aquarium's Thursday late opening. The aquarium - in a World War II-era concrete tower - is open until 9pm, giving you plenty of time to look around and see dusk over Vienna from the roof terrace cafe.
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VIENNA
48.21°N, 16.37°E

Sunrise: 07:16
Sunset: 18:02
Weather: few clouds, 18°C max, 8°C min


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